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Police Reports: January 28, 2014

Kenton police Officers were dispatched to 517 W. North St. in reference to an assault. While in route, an officer observed the suspect leaving the scene and conducted a traffic…

Constance M. Gray

age 23, Defiance Services for Constance M. Gray will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Armentrout Funeral Home in Waynesfield by Pastor Dave Burkhart. Friends may call 2-4 and 6-8…

Tommy R. “Tink” Hall

Tommy R. “Tink” Hall

age 67, Bluffton formerly of Ada A memorial service for Tommy R. “Tink” Hall will begin at 2:30 p.m. Friday at Hanson-Neely Funeral Home in Ada by Chaplain David McDonald.…

Kenton mayor touts benefits of economic development person

Kenton Mayor Randy Manns asked City Council to fund a pilot program for a part-time economic development contractor a year ago. He told council on Monday night that, after a…

Manns: Kenton headed in right direction

Coming off a fourth consecutive year of revenue exceeding expenses, Kenton Mayor Randy Manns is optimistic about the future of the city. “I really believe we’re headed in the right…

Making the rounds

Making the rounds

Neither rain, snow, dark of night or sub-zero temperatures keeps the U.S. Postal Service from its appointed rounds. That includes Kenton carrier Connie Ziegler, who wades through the drifted snow…

Kenton panel to meet with mayor on pool proposal

Kenton Mayor Randy Manns reiterated his proposal that the city take over operation of its outdoor swimming pool for the 2014 season during Monday’s City Council session. The pool has…

Snow rollers

Snow rollers

A rare meteorological phenomenon called “snow rollers” were found throughout the area Monday and today. The natural recipe for the snow balls calls for chunks of snow, melting snow on…

Grove Cemetery ends 2013 with positive financial report

Grove Cemetery finished 2013 on the plus side of the balance sheet with $11,131 remaining after expenses of $265,959, it was reported Monday at the annual combined meeting of the…

Richwood Garden Club discusses Trees for Troops

Richwood Garden Club discusses Trees for Troops

The Richwood Garden Club met on Jan. 13. The meeting started by taking down the decorations from the Town Tree in front of the old opera house. After the job…